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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Braunston Top Lock to Bridge 88, North of Braunston.

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We joined forces with John and Caroline on “Vanyar” and headed down Braunston locks, with Jo and John sharing alternate locks.

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The moorings below The Admiral Nelson only had one boat moored there, and the moorings between the first Braunston marina entrance and Butchers Bridge, were empty, and this is where John and Caroline pulled in to visit the Wharf House Narrowboats chandlery.

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We said our farewells at the bottom lock. The lack of moored boats throughout Braunston is a good indication that the new enforcement officer is working well. We pulled into the Midland Chandlers mooring, as I wanted to pick up a few bits & pieces. We then set off up the Oxford Canal, to the mooring just passed Bridge No.88, which was well timed as the much needed rain had started, albeit light drizzle, but hopefully it will turn into something more substantial.

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Keith.

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